Awesome job by Katrina Coleman and the Memphis comedy scene! This is the best way to spend your time this weekend! Lets get this show going!
Will the board from the Riverfront Development Group make regular appearances, or will they just have their photo in it?
Great article! Please join the action tomorrow to veto HB501 at 11:30 a.m. at Legislative Plaza (125 N. Main St.) or call Gov. Bill Haslam at 615-741-2001. Or e-mail him at Bill.Haslam@tn.gov
You can contact us at (901)332-3570 and we can schedule an appointment. Puedes llamarnos en (901)332-3570 y podemos hacer un reunion.
Sorry for not catching your sarcasm, Jeff. I must have been tired.
*It's time to start enforcing the laws now in Shelby County!
Businesses are able to expand, advertise and steal taxes by not paying their workers right. Enforcement of wage laws would put everyone on an even playing field in Shelby County. Those that are paid the least are more likely to be victims and many low-wage workers live paycheck to paycheck. When workers are not paid then the landowners lose rent money and tenants. Memphis will have more blight and families experiencing homelessness. Our community would also miss out on the tax dollars generated when it's a fact that low-wage workers spend most of their money locally. Lastly, how can one save to buy a house, car, or groceries if one is not paid? The free market will not exist if their are fewer and fewer people consuming. It's time to start following and enforcing the law is now in Shelby County! Support good businesses that pay their workers right and don't forget to tip in cash!
By Richard Alley
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